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Tylt Energi Reviews Summary and Buyer's Guide

Last updated July 4, 2019

3.20
based on 356 reviews


We have checked hundreds of reviews and found 14 reasons to buy the Energi - and 2 reasons NOT to buy it.

Check all the pros and cons here.


66% of the reviewers give the Tylt Energi a good or excellent rating!

Excellent (49%)
Good (17%)
Average (10%)
Poor (9%)
Bad (13%)



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Reviews Summary


Here's what the reviewers think about the Tylt Energi:

Reviewers like these things about the Tylt Energi

  • Some users thought it feels beefy enough to protect electronics from bumps.
  • Others thought it'sthick nylon shell makes it water resistant.
  • Many users find the straps nicely padded, with a thick wedge of foam near the top of the straps that helps further cushion the shoulders.
  • Some users love the mesh sleeve for a water bottle hidden inside one of the pockets, letting them pull it out to turn the pocket into an external water bottle holder.
  • many users enjoy the multiple external pockets including three large compartments for holding tablets and books.
  • Some travelers like how one of the large compartments zips completely open so the bag can unfold into halves for going through airport security.
  • Others find the smaller pockets suited for smartphones and other small objects.
  • A lot of users find it large, well-padded, and has a big battery they can take out to use as a charger anywhere.
  • Others find the secret card pouch ideal for passport or iphone.
  • A lot of users enjoy the advantage to having a gigantic portable charger in a backpack designed to easily charge their devices while they're hanging out inside the backpack.
  • Others thought the exterior fabric keep their electronics protected even in an air or car situation.
  • Some reviewers find the straps and back well padded and offer adequate airflow for longer backpacking trips.
  • Some users thought it's an oustanding bag for trips and easy toting of a great number of electronics and accessories.
  • A lot of users agree that it's well-built, offers good weight distribution, and gives a practically unlimited number of compartments with which to organize stuff.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • Some reviewers find it expensive.
  • Others thought the main compartment is not spacious enough for their necessities.



Specs


Crowdsourced specs across all Tylt Energi models and sizes:

Weight iconWeight0.2-0.3 oz (0.1-0.1 kg)
Length iconLength5-6 in (13-15 cm)
Width3 in (8 cm)
Height2-3 in (5-8 cm)


The bag is recommended for these activities:

Travel
Hiking
Cycling
School
Backpacking
Sport



Popular Models


Tylt Energi Pro

62% choose the Tylt Energi Pro

62 %
Colors and combinations:

Black
Grey




Tylt Energi Sliding Power Case

25% choose the Tylt Energi Sliding Power Case

25 %
Colors and combinations:

Black
Blue
Green
Red


Specs
Weight iconWeight0.2 oz (0.1 kg)
Length iconLength6 in (15 cm)
Width3 in (8 cm)
Height2 in (5 cm)


Tylt Energi 3K

13% choose the Tylt Energi 3K

13 %
Colors and combinations:

Black
Blue
Grey
Red






Tylt Energi pro vs Energi sliding power case


The two most popular Tylt Energi models are the Energi pro and the Energi sliding power case, so let's compare them:

The Energi sliding power case
Tylt Energi Sliding Power Case

Popularity and Prices

In total, 87% of the people interested in the Tylt Energi bags choose one of these two models. The most popular choice is the Energi pro which is choosen by 62% (2.5 times as many as the 25% that choose the Energi sliding power case).

Energi proEnergi sliding power case
Most popular

Features and Colors

Both models are available in black. Only the Energi pro is available in grey. Only the Energi sliding power case is available in blue, green and red.




Rankings


vs Tylt Bags

The Tylt Energi ranks #1 compared with the other Tylt bags.

1Tylt Energi
3.20
Tylt Energi

vs All Bags

The Tylt Energi ranks #2734 compared with all the bags we have checked.

2732Caudabe Veil
3.20
Caudabe Veil
2733Tylt Energi
3.20
Tylt Energi
2734Wilson Vancouver
3.20
Wilson Vancouver
2735Vanguard Skyborne
3.20
Vanguard Skyborne
2736Solo Franklin
3.20
Solo Franklin



Selected Reviews


The Points Guy

The width and torso length of the bag is more and this plays an important role when the pack is heavy and fully packed. The reviewer also concluded that the chest strap was not very comfortable.

Posted 31 December 2017 by Lauren Mowery - Read full review

Mac Sources

The bag successfully merges function with comfort. The shoulder straps are designed to reduce fatigue and succeed.

Posted 3 May 2017 by Jon - Read full review

Mac Sources

I can highly recommend this backpack to anyone searching for a quality laptop bag.

Posted 29 December 2014 by Robyn - Read full review

The Gadgeteer

It is a nice backpack; well made, comfortable, and can be useful. But, the price is quite steep for what seems to be a regular backpack with a bit of convenience.

Posted 19 October 2014 by Ryan Chapman - Read full review

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Last updated on July 04, 2019